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Shure SRH1440

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Shure SRH1440 Headphones (Playback)

20 November 2012
  • Excerpt: Shure was founded in 1925. They began as a radio parts company and published their first catalog in 1926. Shure introduced their first microphone, the model 33N, in 1932, their first headset in 1942, and they haven’t stopped making microphones and headphones since. Many companies that have been around as long as Shure have expanded their “core business” into places they probably shouldn’t have gone and are no longer among the living.
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Overall 8

Shure SRH1440

PC Magazine
9 July 2012
  • Conclusion: The Shure SRH1440 is an excellent pair of professional headphones for serious listeners, and its extra cable and earpads help extend its life and the pair's overall value.
  • Pros: Excellent audio performance. Ideal for mastering and critical listening scenarios. Very comfortable despite large frame. Comes with high quality detachable cables and replacement ear pads.
  • Cons: Sound leakage is built into design?not ideal for public listening and not well-suited for home recording. Massive protective case is effective, but large enough to make it difficult to pack.
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Overall 9

Shure SRH1440

Trusted Reviews
27 July 2012
  • Summary: These headphones offer comfort and great sound quality at a reasonable price.
  • Pros: Revealing, detailed sound, Removable cable, Comfortable
  • Cons: Not quite as comfy as Sennheiser rivals, May be a tad bright for some
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Expert Review

Hi-Fi i Muzyka
6 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Pora na smak klasyki i klasykę smaku. Duże słuchawki nauszne, otwarte. Mile widziane przez audiofilów i w studiach nagraniowych.
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8 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Die Audio-Performance des SRH1440 ist rundum gelungen. Die Schärfe der Mitten und Höhen passen perfekt zu den Mitten, die immer zum richtigen Zeitpunkt über der Basswiedergabe stehen. Bei Orchestermusik, z.B. bei  John Adams „The Chairman Dances“, zeigt der SRH1440, dass er auch einen ordentlichen Raumklang bietet. Kleinere Schwächen zeigt der offene Shure bei voller Lautstärke, der Klang kommt dann nicht mehr so präzise.
  • Pros: Hoher Tragekomfort
  • Cons: Relativ teures Modell, Keine Farbauswahl verfügbar
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